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s, 1980 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Accident Causes Listed

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said, "but anyone of us can, at
one time or another, be less adept
with his driving skills and atti-
tudes."'
He noted, "There are nearly
70,000,000 registered vehicles and
over 82,000,000 personsklicensed to
drive in this country. Of 37,600
traffic fatalities for the nation
(Michigan 1,467) last year, 20
per cent were pedestrians, and 40
per cent were killed on the week-
end," he said.
Among factors responsible for
causing accidents, Zabelski named
speed, improper passing, fatigue,
alcohol, disregard of stop signs,
worry, physical defects, health
emergencies such as heart attack,
bad attitudes, distractions, road
hypnosis, weather, mental ineffi-
ciency, unmarked danger areas,
bumblebees, slow drivers, bad
roads, and wildlife.
"People are responsible for 85
per cent of accidents," he said.
"Mechanical defects account for
ten per cent, and roads for about
five per cent. Among driver trained
students you find considerable re-
duction in the number and severity
of the types of accident."
Takes Post
In Wisconsin
* Prof. Harold F. Hardman of the
pharmacology department .in the
medical school, has accepted a
position as associate professor at
Marquette University, Milwaukee,
Wis., starting Sept. 1, 1960.
Prof.' Hardman received his un-
dergraduate degree at Rutgers
University and did graduate work
at the University of Illinois and
the University. He received his
i PhD in 1954 and his MD in 1958
from the University. Since that
time he has served as an assistant
professor.
His primary interests concern
the effects of drug ionization upon
biological activity and the mech-
anics of action of cardiac stimu-
lants.
He was the first medical school
graduate to receive the $3,000
John and Mary Markley scholar-
ship award.
He is married and the father of
four children.

MICHIGAN DAILY
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES

PROF. ALGOdHENDERSON
..proposes degree program
A dvocates
Shortened
Programs
Two-year graduate degree pro-
grams can help relieve the critical
shortage of college teachers, says
Prof. Algo D. Henderson, director
of the University's Center for thej
The two-year graduate degree
Study of Higher Education.
The two-year graduate degree
would lie between the master's
degree, which usually only takes
one year, and the doctor's degree,
which ordinarily involves three to
five years' study.
Two Years Sufficient
During two years of graduate
study, Henderson explains, stu-
dents would, be able to complete
most of the course work normally
required for a doctor's degree. This
would give them substantial com-
petence in their knowledge of sub-
ject matter required for under-
graduate teaching.
On the other hand, students
taking the two-year program
would not be required to conduct
specialized research or become
proficient in foreign languages, as
Ph.D. candidates now must do.
Training Questioned
"Many educators seriously ques-
tion whether professional training
in research now required for the
doctorate degree is the best possi-
ble training for undergraduate
teaching," Henderson writes in his'
new book, "Policies and Practices
in Higher Education."
A doctor's degree is often con-
sidered essential for teachers in a
four-year college or university,
Henderson notes. "This, however,
is far from the fact. Although a
considerable number of colleges'
have 70 per cent or more of fac-
ulty who have the doctor's degree,
it is more typical of a university
to have about 50 per cent who do
not have it. Among the smaller
liberal arts colleges and the teach-
er's colleges about 70 per cent do
not. The production of doctorates
is wholly insufficient to supply the
needs."
Would Strengthen Faculties
Besides accelerating the supply
of new college teachers, the two-
year graduate degree program
could gradually strengthen the
faculties of junior colleges, Hen-
derson maintains. In the past,
these institutions have only re-
quired masters' degrees for teach-
ing.
College enrollment will nearly
double by 1970 and demand for
new faculty members will increase
almost as much, Henderson main-
tains.

BUSINESS SERVICES
GOING TO A WEDDING?
Buy Your
RICE
at
RALPH'S MARKET
709 Packard NO 5-7131
° Open every night 'til Midnight'
J33
REWEAVING-Burns, bears, moth holes
rewoven. Let as save your clothes.
Weave-Bac Shop, 224 Nickels Arcade,
NO 2-4647. : J1
TYPING: Theses, term papers, reason-
able rates. Prompt service. NO 8-7590.
411
FOR RENT
ROOMS FOR RENT-314 S. Fifth Ave.
Private entrance. C32
STUDENTS-NURSES. Large, modern 2-
bedroom apartments. Good Hospital
and campus locations. Deluxe with
twin beds. Hotel innerpring and
mattress. TV outlets. Tub and shower.
Garbage disposal. Off-street, parking
included. Available furnished or un-
furnished. All utilities except elec-
tricity paid by building. Call for ap-
pointment to see. NO 2-7787 days. NO
2-4351 evenings. 042
FURNISHED, Campus Apartments 2-4
men students. Private baths, 344 S.
Division at Williams. NO 2-3259. Mr.
Pray, agent. F. A. Sergeant Co. Real-
tors. C43
BEAUTIFUL contemporary studio du-
plex. Furnished, heated. Two bed-
rooms, fireplace. Wooded hillside, val-
ley view; wildlife. Near North Campus.
1574 Jones Drive. C44
3 ROOM apartment, partly furnished.
Washing facilities. $85 a month plus
utilities. 401 Pauline Blvd. Can see
anytime. Contact Mrs. Marie Burke,
1698 Franklin. - C33
TWO ROOMS for graduate men. 917
Mary St. Call NO 2-0521. $57 per
month. 041
WOMAN STUDENT - Free lodging in
exchange for some child care. Not far
from campus. NO 2-0480. C39
MALE SINGLE-Faculty or Grad Stu-
dent. Exclusive Residential-Study -
Bedroom - Bath - Patio - Parking
-Private Entrance. $125.00 per month.
NO 2-1710. C40
CAMPUS ROOMS for graduate men for
fall semester. Comfortable, large
singles. Phone NO 2-1958 after 5. C38
THREE ROOM apartment near campus.
Off-streea parking. $75 per month.
Call NO 3-6421 after 5. C37
DOUBLE or SINGLE rooms.Graduate
women. Cooking. 517 E. Ann St. NO
2-2826. 036
CAMPUS-Large quiet rooms for men.
Low rates. Linens furnished. NO
3-4747. C30
HELP WANTED
MICHIGAN DAILY CARRIERS 60-61
School Year. $14.00 per week. No Col-
lections. Morning delivery. Applica-
tions now being accepted at the
Michigan Daily Business Office or
Call NO 2-3241, H5
REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE: 3 bedroom older home, two
doors from Burns Park at 1138 Mar-
tin P1. Large carpeted living-dining
room plus 12x15 music or TV room:
large hall upstairs suitable for study;
screened porch and large backyard;
excellent dry basement; gas heat.
Minimum down payment if desired.
Owner leaving town. Phone NO 2-2133.
Rt3
TRANSPORTATION
'
RIDERS WANTED to San Francisco,
leaving Aug. 9. Share expenses. Write
D-34 Law Club or call NO 3-4140. Ask
for victor Carlson. 09
.YOUNG LADY wishes girl passengers
to L. A. Leaving Aug. 20. GL 3-6185.
References. G6
Call NO 3-4156
Special Weekend Rates
from 5 P.M. Friday till
9 A.M. Monday..
$12.00 Plus 8c a Mile
Rates include Gas -
Oil -- Insurance
514 E. Washington St.
* TRUCKS AVAILABLE
85
New Atlas Tire Sale

Four--67x15. $58.75; four - 750x14, $69.95.
Terms. (Plus tax and your recappable
tire.)
Hickey's Service Station
Cor. Main and Catherine NO 8-7717
810

LINES"
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1.12

3 DAYS
2.00
2.40
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Figure 5 average words to a line.
Call Classified between 1 :00 and 3:00 Mon. thru Fri.
and 9:00 and 11 :30 Saturday - Phone NO 2-4786

6 DAYS
2.96
355
4.14

FOR SALE }
MODERN 40 FOOT 2 bedroom trailer.
Must sell. Call GE 7-5560. B6
HI FI PHONOGRAPH: Bozak speaker
system. Excellent sound. Low price.
NO 2-8081 evenings. B5
CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
SPORT CARS for- True Sports-MG,
Austin Healy, Alpine, Triumph, Mer-
cedes, Alfa Romeo, Hillman, Fiat-
New and Used. You Name it.
All at Bargain Prices - Terms
CITY AUTO SALES
21730 Michigan Ave., West Dearborn
CR 8-8050
89
C-TED STANDARD SERVICE
Friendly service is our business.
Atlas tires, batteries and accessor-
ies. Warranted & guaranteed. See
us for the best price on new &
used tires. Road service-mechanic
on duty.
"You expect more from Standard
and you get itI""
1220 S. University at Forest
NO 8-9168
81
WHITE'S AUTO SHOP
Bumping and Painting
2007 South State NO 2-3350
S21
BARGAIN CORNER
MEN'S short-sleeve sport shirt $1.00.
Skip-dents & seer-suckers sanforized
wash & wear, asstd. colors.
Sam's Store 122 E. Washington
Wl
PERSONAL
GET CASH FOR BOOKS
At the Student Book eXchange
In the Basement of the SAB Building
August 8-13t
1-5 P.M.
P60
SAN:
Good Morningl P59
WITNESSES OR ANYONE
at the scene aster the accident oc-
curring about midnight Thurs. May
12, 1960, between a white Porsche
convertible and a black Chevrolet
sedan at the intersection of 4th
Ave. and East Liberty near the
Pretzel Bell, please call NO 3-6140
and ask for Nancy, or call UN 4-3352
collect in Detroit and ask for War-
ren. Please leave name and phone
number if someone else answers.
P58
COMING-The Duke - Louie - Can-
nonball - The Count - Brubeck -
Dinah - Nina - Dakota plus others.
American Jazz Festival. Detroit -
August 19-21 - Tickets on sale Music'
Center, 300 S. Thayer. F53,1

MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
RENT TO BUY
$30 Places This Piano In Your Home
for 30 Days
Lessons Begin Immediately
8 Lessons Included
$10 Thereafter
GET IN THE FUN-
Take Advantage of Hammond's
PLAYTIME PLAN
An Organ In Your Home for 30 Days
With Lessons, for only $25

GR I NNELL'S

323 S. Main St.

NO 2-5667

PIANOS-ORGANS NEW & USED
Anu Arbor Piano'& Organ Co.
21: E. Washington NO 3-3109
X1
A-1 New and Used Instruments
BANJOS, GUITARS and BONGOS
Rental Purchase Plan
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington NO 2-1834
X3
USED CARS
FOR SALE by original owner. 1957 An-
glia (British Ford) $465. MUtual
4-3253 (Milford). N16
'53 BEL AIR CHEVY, 2 door. Radio and4
heater.A$250. CallNO 5-6436 after 6
P.M. N15
REAL ESTATE
BUY THIS 3-BEDROOM ranch in Lake-
wood Subdivision now. 1 minute to
elementary school. Full basement.
Call NO 2-8101, See it and make offer.
Goes to realtor in August. R4
GRAD STUDENT leaving. Nice 2 bdrm.,
basement, large lot. Phone 3-2595. RI
BY OWNER-310 Arbana Drive. 3 bed-
room home with 1%a baths. Large liv-
ing room, dining room, kitchen on
first floor. Recreation room in base-
ment. 2 car detached garage. Excel-
lent condition. Drapes and carpeting
incluIed. Call NO 5-6670 for appoint-
ment. R5
"Lgfor a
Good Haircuut'

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dcro44 Campu4j

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Prof. Merle Fainsod of Harvard
University will lecture on "Politi-
cal Changes Since the Death of
Stalin," in Aud. A, Angell Hall,
at 4:10 this afternoon. The lecture
is under the auspices of the Com-
mittee on the Program in Russian
Studies.
A linguistics forum lecture, "The
Language of the Veddas of Cey-
lon," will be presented today by
Prof. William Gedney of the State
University of New York, and Uni-
versity of Ceylon, at 7:30 p.m. in
Rackham Amphitheater.
A French film, "Casque D'Or,"
with Simone Signoret, will be
shown at 7 p.m. in the Multi-Pur-
pose Room of the Undergraduate
Library.
AliceyFirgau, pianist, will pre-
sent a degree recital at 8:30 p.m.
in Rackham Assembly Hall, under
the auspices of the school of
music.

* 10 Haircutters
* No Waiting
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